Kris Carley of Carnduff took second place at the Presidents Cup Saskatchewan Mid-Amateur Men's Championship at the Legends Golf Course in Warman.
He shot an even-par 216 in the three-day tournament that took place from August 19 to 21.
In the first day of competition, Carley shot a 2-under-par 70, which was the second best score of the day. And at the end of round two, Carley shot a 69, and was tied for the lead with eventual winner, Tyler Wright of Regina.
Carley shot a 77 in the third round, while Wright shot a 67 to win the tournament by 10 shots. Carley was tied for second with Tim Acaster of North Battleford. They had to battle in a playoff, which Carley won to take second place.
With the second place result, Carley has qualified to represent Saskatchewan in the Canadian Men's Mid-Amateur Championship in Barrie, Ontario, from September 15 to 19.
Two other golfers from the southeast corner competed in the provincial tournament. Paul Grimes of Arcola finished in 36th place with a score of 237 (78-79-80), and Kelly Currie of Carlyle. was in 40th with a score of 240 (83-79-78).
There were 64 golfers entered in the tournament.